Monthly Archives: January 2018

hurry up summer!

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“spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence.
summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance.
autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence.
winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.”
-yoko ono

 

 

argo pond at argo park, ann arbor, michigan, usa – summer 2017

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glitt-her.

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(yet another underpaid re-enactor)

when at the salon recently

my stylist was combing out my hair and asked:

“why do you have glitter in your hair?”

now, there are many possible scenarios

some more accepted than others

but i suppose in my case

it most likely has to do with

my being

a kindy teacher

a creator of mixed-media collage art

and

a fan of glitter

and i see

that a pattern

has begun to emerge

when family and friends and colleagues

and even my cat

quite often have glitter on them

after spending time with me

and my grandson mentions

that he always finds glitter stuck to him

after we’ve been hanging out together

and people sometimes

brush glitter off of their legs

after getting out of my car

but

some people leave footprints

and

some people leave glitter

and that’s how you know

they’ve been there.

“when you’re around me, you’re going to get glitter on you.”

-kesha

 

photo credits: fx hair studio, all things hair

he did it!

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mark slats arrives on the other side of the pond

The arrival of #IRONMARK #TWAC2017 #MadebytheSea #3000milesToday The Gentle Giant set foot on the island of Antiqua and set a new World Record #Solo over the Atlantic in 30 days 7 hours and 49 minutes that is 19 days earlier then the previous #official World Record #Love #Like #Share #Row4cancer #Donatehttp://www.markslats.nl/row4cancer

breaking the world record

 rowing 20 hours per day

for 30 days and a few hours

and raising money for cancer research

here’s to you, mark-

“man is a universe within himself.”

-bob marley